2016, Book review, New Author

Who Killed Vivien Morse by Diana J. Febry


Book Description: Vivien Morse, a young social worker is discovered battered to death in Silver Lady Woods. Everyone assumes she was attacked by her estranged husband until her supervisor disappears. The connection appears to be Vivien’s last client. A damaged and disturbed girl who believes a bundle of rags is her lost baby and never leaves the family farm while she awaits the return of her lover.

The matter is confused by the arrival of a stranger to the area clearly searching for something or someone and an escaped convict with connections to the area.

DCI Hatherall has to separate fact from fantasy to discover who did kill Vivien Morse.

Publication Date ~ August 1st 2016

Published by ~ Wings Epress Inc

My thoughts : This is the 4th book in the DCI Heatherall series and sadly I’ve not read the first 3 but that didn’t spoil my enjoyment of this book and I will be going back and reading the series from the beginning.

I really enjoyed this murder mystery, it’s quite different to my usual reads and was a really nice change. As the description says a young social worker is found murdered and DCI Peter Hetheral and his partner Fiona Wilson are on the hunt for the murderer but nothings quite straight forward and each time I thought I knew who it was, I found out I was wrong. The characters are great and I particularly liked Dick and Gladys, there were quite a few laugh out loud moments with that pair.

This is a really well written story that has attention to detail which bring the characters and story to life. It starts off grabbing your attention and holds it all the way through the book. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I’m really looking forward to catching up with the series and also finding out what’s in store for DCI Hetheral in the future.

So Who Killed Vivien Morse, find out here

Many thanks go to Diana J. Febry for the copy in exchange for an honest review.

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